East Bourne, Sussex

Kearsley's Traveller's Entertaining Guide Through Great Britain (1803):

Eastbourne is seated near the sea and chiefly noted for the plenty of birds in its vicinity, called wheatears, and as a place of frequent resort for bathing in the summer season. Some years ago near it, a Roman bath and a beautiful tessellated pavement were discovered.

Inns: Lamb, New Inn.

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 Chapter 48 
You go to Brighton. I would not trust you so near it as East Bourne for fifty pounds!"

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